Animated GIFs Made Easy with Sceen2Gif
Sceen2Gif is a free program for Windows 10 and Windows 11 that can record your screen and webcam and save whatever you record as an animated gif. It also comes with a sketch board that you can use to create animated drawings and more.
You can record whatever is on your screen, edit your creations, and then export them as animated gifs. You can also create your own original animated gifs using the sketch board.
Screen2Gif is 100% free. It’s 100% free from malware and tricks too. It is very easy to use and has many advanced features that experienced users will love. Yet Screen2Gif is so easy to use that beginners will be able to start using it right away.
Here are just a few of the many features of Screen2Gif:
Add captions, text, drawings, or shapes
Add keystrokes and mouse clicks
Add borders, and shadows and obfuscate (pixelate)
Add watermarks using your own images
Undo, redo, or reset your edits
Copy, cut, and paste frames
Select multiple frames or browse to a specific frame
Preview the playback of the animation
Capture the mouse cursor and mouse clicks
Delete all previous or all next frames
Resize, crop, or flip/rotate
… and many, many more
The Screen2Gif website has an excellent help section showing how to use all the features of the program. You’ll find guides and screenshots to help you get the most out of the program.
The ways you can use Screen2Gif are limited only by your imagination. You can use it for presentations, show people how to do computer-related tasks, use it to make interesting content for your social media posts, and more.
Screen2Gif is completely free and works on Windows 10 and Windows 11. Yes, we tested it on both Windows 10 and Windows 11. You can download it with an installer or as a portable version. Both the installer and the portable version are clean and free from tricks, PUPs, and malware.
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I had some fun trying out Screen2Gif.
Above: After downloading the portable version and extracting the zip file, I created shortcuts on my Start menu and the taskbar.
Below: I use my artistic ability to show you my portrait of EB. While I’m not an artist, I did get the eyes and hair right!